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Posted by SueInCa On Nov - 26 - 2011 14 COMMENTS

  It has been awhile since I wrote the first post on my adventures in Fraud Investigations and I thought it was time for another post.  The reason I am writing again is to entertain and to explain how or why I am considered the “analytical” personality because that is […]

Categories: Justice, News & Politics
Posted by MurphTheSurf3 On Nov - 7 - 2011 83 COMMENTS

There is such a sad feeling in this country now that our government seems to have completely failed us. The Occupy Movement is the 99 Percenters Response to that failure.

Posted by SueInCa On Oct - 30 - 2011 75 COMMENTS

I know some people were wondering what the DOJ and others were doing about voter suppression so I went out and googled it.  Here are the results. DOJ to look into Racist Texas Voter Suppression Scheme http://weirdloadreboot.com/blog/2011/09/19/doj-to-look-into-racist-texas-voter-suppression-scheme/ FAIR Elections Network http://fairelectionsnetwork.blogspot.com/2011/09/voter-suppression-update-its-not-all.html DOJ says “hold up” to New South Carolina Voter […]

Posted by Caru On Oct - 22 - 2011 5 COMMENTS

A quick look into an Irish Presidential debate which I attended on the 20 October.

Posted by atdnext On Oct - 22 - 2011 42 COMMENTS

Romney’s callous disregard for families losing their homes through no fault of their own is bad enough but it’s also untrue that speeding foreclosures is good for the economy.

Posted by Caru On Oct - 14 - 2011 21 COMMENTS

Stating that gay people were born with their orientation seems like the perfect counter to the conservative argument that being gay is a choice, but this life-affirming rebuttal opens the door to other attacks.

Posted by AdLib On Oct - 13 - 2011 100 COMMENTS
Herman Cain1

Here’s a a plan to destroy Social Security and Medicare, crush the poor and plunge most Americans deeper in debt just so that the wealthy can pay less in taxes…and the perpetrator becomes more popular?

Posted by ADONAI On Oct - 5 - 2011 13 COMMENTS

    For centuries the death penalty, often accompanied by barbarous refinements, has been trying to hold crime in check; yet crime persists. Why? Because the instincts that are warring in man are not, as the law claims, constant forces in a state of equilibrium. ~Albert Camus   Why do […]

Posted by AdLib On Sep - 26 - 2011 23 COMMENTS

Please sign and circulate this petition that asks the Department of Justice to aggressively investigate and fight voter laws that suppress the Constitutional right of Americans to vote.

Posted by AdLib On Sep - 22 - 2011 38 COMMENTS

Last night’s execution of a man who many on the right and left believed was not proven to have committed a crime beyond a reasonable doubt, also killed confidence in a core principle in our American legal system.

Posted by AdLib On Sep - 19 - 2011 107 COMMENTS
Class Warfare Fight Back

Imagine if a molester was stopped from molesting and claimed that doing so was molesting him. Now you know how the GOP deals with attempts to interrupt the ongoing class warfare by the wealthy against 99% of Americans.

Posted by ADONAI On Sep - 7 - 2011 31 COMMENTS

    In taking revenge, a man is but even with his enemy; but in passing it over, he is superior. ~Francis Bacon Whoever appeals to the law against his fellow man is either a fool or a coward. Whoever cannot take care of himself without that law is both. […]

Posted by KQµårk 死神 On Jul - 3 - 2011 108 COMMENTS

Casey Anthony’s 31 days of Drinkin’, Strippin’, Stealin’, Screwin’ and Tattooin’.

Categories: Justice, News & Politics
Posted by Marion On Jun - 29 - 2011 52 COMMENTS
Obama Speaks At Hate Crimes Prevention Act Enactment

In the 21st Century, intellect has debased itself to such a point that every action needs simplification to the nth degree, with people being willfully and patently unable to see more than one way of achieving an end.

Posted by Caru On Apr - 21 - 2011 43 COMMENTS

Perhaps I am simply reiterating what has already been said when I write on the nature of necessity. I am not nearly well-read enough, worldly enough, nor arrogant enough to claim that my thoughts on the matter are wholly original.

Posted by javaz On Mar - 19 - 2011 11 COMMENTS
The President of The United States

Yesterday my husband and I attended a spring training game – the Oakland A‘s vs the Chicago Cubs – down in Phoenix near the zoo. It is a tradition for us to attend a spring training game on St. Patrick’s Day, and since the rail has been developed in the […]

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